Yeah, I recommend Utah. That way if you stay in PC you're as close as you can get to two of the best parks in Utah and only a short drive to BCC/LCC for powder. If don't ski much park, or you prefer a wider variety of terrain, stay at Snowbird or Alta and make the trip over to Park City if you want to ski a day of park.
america, fuck yeah.
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(on May 14): Schweitzer closed with 140 inches of snow at the summit. They got 5 new inches May 13th for a summit depth of 134". Remind me why they closed again?
In slc your 30-45 minutes from 7 different resorts i.e. ALTA, BIRD, BRIGHTON, SOLITUDE, CANYONS, PC, DEER VALLEY. Meaning you fly into SLC airport, get your bags and can ski the same day. Fly into denver and your 2+ hours away from the resorts. Furthermore, slc airport runs deals with all the resorts that if you bring your airline ticket to the the mtn on the same day, you ski for free. not sure if CO does that?